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Dick Tracy Movie Serial Chapter 7


Published 1937




Producer Nat Levine
Audio/Visual sound, b/w


Reviews

Reviewer: tvsgael2 - - April 17, 2012
Subject: GREAT DOWNLOAD
The five stars are tri-facto in nature. One, for the movie, two for the quality of the download, and three for providing so many alternative downloads for people. I love these high GB downloads because I know I’m getting the best possible quality from the source. With Free Download Manager, they are a snap to download, and compression technology programs like Windows DVD maker also love them because they operate on total minutes, not total GB, so a person can make a 5 GB, 90 minute move, and have it look exactly like the original download using around 2 GB total disc space on a DVD. You can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear, and low megabyte downloads with other movies are sow’s ears. This is a silk purse download. People who complain about these high megabyte downloads just DON’T GET IT. This is the first review I’ve written, I am so impressed with your download. So a big THANK YOU for making this great movie available!
Reviewer: jimelena - - July 26, 2007
Subject: Don't miss this exciting episode.
Dick does not drown after all. The line around his foot that dragged him under was just barely on his toe and slipped off.
Gordon has lost his memory and has turned against Dick, his own brother.
How thrilling.
Lots of goofy characters in this episode coming and going, kind of fun.
But Dick is drowning again at the bottom of a mine shaft with bad guys shooting at him.
Yea, he's dead, I'm sure of it.
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